thiodiglycol

noun thio·diglycol \¦thīō+\

Definition of thiodiglycol

  1. :  a hygroscopic liquid glycol (HOCH2CH2)2S that is made from ethylene oxide and hydrogen sulfide, that yields mustard gas on reaction with hydrochloric acid, and that is used as a solvent especially for dyes; bis-(2-hydroxyethyl sulfide)

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Origin and Etymology of thiodiglycol

International Scientific Vocabulary thi- + diglycol


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